Muse: the brain sensing headband Competitors, Revenue, Alternatives and Pricing

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Toronto, ON CAN
Total Funding:$30.6M
Lead Investor(s):N/A

Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Muse: the brain sensing headband's estimated annual revenue is currently $17.6M per year.(?)
  • Muse: the brain sensing headband's estimated revenue per employee is $245,000
  • Muse: the brain sensing headband's total funding is $30.6M.

Employee Data

  • Muse: the brain sensing headband has 72 Employees.(?)
  • Muse: the brain sensing headband grew their employee count by 11% last year.
  • Muse: the brain sensing headband currently has 1 job openings.

Muse / Interaxon, based in Toronto, Canada is a developer of engaging experiences using brainwave-sensing technology designed to help you free yourself from physical, emotional and mental obstacles so you get more out of every moment. Our mission is to enable you to live a happier, healthier and more connected life with leading brainwave technologies and experiences. Our flagship product, launched in 2014, is Muse: the brain sensing headband. When accompanied with an app available for both iOS and Android devices the Muse headband is a sensory device that is designed to help with meditation by providing real-time EEG based audio and visual feedback. Learn more at: In December 2016 Interaxon announced a strategic research / development partnership and licensing agreement aimed at developing SAFILOX, a new eyewear platform. The first product built on the new platform is Smith's Lowdown Focus Mpowered by Muse. Designed for athletes and outdoor enthusiasts, the new smart sunglasses integrate Interaxon's Muse brain-sensing technology into Smith's fashionable frames. Muse is used by end consumers, third party developers, health practitioners, athletes and over 100 universities and hospitals and universities around the world including Harvard, NASA, University of Toronto and Mayo Clinic. To see our latest research visit: Muse and Interaxon have enjoyed widespread publicity across numerous publications and media outlets including Wall Street Journal, CNN, Toronto Star and CBS This Morning. To see a sample of our press visit: In May 2015 Interaxon completed its Series B funding round led by OMERS Ventures with participation from Felicis Ventures, Horizons Ventures and Flextronics Lab IX. Other investors from Series A include: A-Grade Investments (Ashton Kutcher's investment company), ff Venture Capital, and Bridge Builders.